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SynbiTECH 2019

June 24 - June 25

SynbiTECH 2019: The new international synthetic biology forum

SynbiTECH is a new international forum taking place 24-25th June 2019 in London for anyone engaged in synthetic biology research, commercialisation, investment and policymaking. The event will focus on the key opportunities and challenges for building a multibillion-dollar synthetic biology industry that will contribute to the fast-growing bio-economy.

The programme can be viewed here, along with details of our International Advisory Panel and speakers.
The global bioeconomy is booming now more than ever, with experts across biology and engineering continually creating, innovating and collaborating. Environmental sustainability, agricultural productivity, as well as revolutionising healthcare and patient outcomes, are just a few of the sectors in which synthetic biology now plays a significant role. The UK is at the heart of this global growth, driving positive change through innovative discoveries; championing education, partnerships and investments to realise synthetic biology’s true potential.  
If you’re looking to hear world leaders’ perspectives on the factors that are truly influencing the transformation of synthetic biology from a multimillion, to a multibillion-dollar industry, then SynbiTECH 2019 is not to be missed. ‘Building the Bioeconomy’ is the key theme, and the brightest and the best will be discussing the key growth factors propelling the bioeconomy to billion-dollar status.

Book your space and gain the knowledge you need to discover how your business can succeed in the future bioeconomy – register here. Don’t miss out on the chance to get 20% off your tickets price if you book before 29th March.


June 24
June 25
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QEII Centre
Broad Sanctuary, Westminster
London, SW1P 3EE United Kingdom
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+44 20 7798 4000

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